God of the New Millennium, The
A Search for Balance in an Age of Spin
When former US Vice President Gore talks about an inconvenient truth he is alluding to global warming. Sadly in today’s world there is a whole globe-ful of inconvenient truths as a result of the lies of convenience – the spin which mankind has been bombarded by for the last century. The God of the New Millennium is a search for balance in the age of spin. It examines these inconvenient truths and asks the questions that need to be addressed if mankind is to survive. Elegantly and wittily written, this deceptively easy style softens the complexity and gravity of the argument, and couches it within a more positive philosophy of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in the 21st Century.
Gregory Dark is a writer, producer and director in film, theatre & TV including the film Clockwise with John Cleese. He lives in Malaga & London.
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A search for balance in an Age of Spin. In his sophomore novel of the Millennium trilogy, Gregory Dark's work evolves to new heights. With the 'Ten Commandments' as the primary subject, the message drawn is both honest and tragic. Ascertaining the knowledge that one's pain is believed to be their own, and so many questions that yearn for answers, The God of the New Millennium prompts one to ask the ego if this is truly the case... or perhaps the answers are staring us straight in the face? A stunning read! 'Absoulutely loved it!' ~ Lallouz International Magazine
This is a thought-provoking little book. There is no new philosophy or any momentous suggestion or conclusion as to how we should deal with the issues that confront us but the holistic approach is encouraging and a reflection of the style of Khalil Gibran. ~ Howard A Jones
ENDORSEMENTS FOR THE GOD OF THE NEW MILLENNIUM Review Inspiring. Ask yourself the questions that matter most. Here are thoughts to open your mind, to help you distinguish between success and failure. Words that will clarify doubt and end negativity. --Lallouz International Magazine ~